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What do you do to start reading graph drawing algorithms for the visualization of graphs? Searching the book that you love to read first or find an interesting book that will make you want to read? Everybody has difference with their reason of reading a book. Actuary, reading habit must be from earlier. Many people may be love to read, but not a book. It's… (More)

- Peter Eades, Nicholas C. Wormald
- Algorithmica
- 1994

Systems engineers have recently shown interest in algorithms for drawing directed graphs so that they are easy to understand and remember. Each of the commonly used methods has a step which aims to adjust the drawing to decrease the number of arc crossings. We show that the most popular strategy involves an NP-complete problem regarding the minimization of… (More)

- Kazuo Misue, Peter Eades, Wei Lai, Kozo Sugiyama
- J. Vis. Lang. Comput.
- 1995

- Giuseppe Di Battista, Peter Eades, Roberto Tamassia, Ioannis G. Tollis
- Comput. Geom.
- 1994

Several data presentation problems involve drawing graphs so that they are easy to read and understand. Examples include circuit schematics and software engineering diagrams. In this paper we present a bibliographic survey on algorithms whose goal is to produce aesthetically pleasing drawings of graphs. Research on this topic is spread over the broad… (More)

- Peter Eades, Sue Whitesides
- Theor. Comput. Sci.
- 1994

Eades, P. and S. Whitesides, Drawing graphs in two layers, Theoretical Computer Science 131 (1994) 361-374. , Let G=(fJ, L,E) be a bipartite graph with vertex set uut and edge set Ec U x L. A typical convention for drawing G is to put the vertices of I/ on a ll’ne and the vertices of L on a separate, parallel line and then to represent edges by placing open… (More)

- Peter Eades, Qing-Wen Feng
- Graph Drawing
- 1996

Many systems, particularly those which present relational information, include a graph drawing function. As the amount of information that we want to visualize becomes larger, we need more structure on top of the classical graph model. Graphs with recursive clustering structures over the vertices are called clustered graphs. This type of structure appears… (More)

- Qing-Wen Feng, Robert F. Cohen, Peter Eades
- ESA
- 1995

- Peter Eades, Antonios Symvonis, Sue Whitesides
- Discrete Applied Mathematics
- 2000

We use basic results from graph theory to design algorithms for constructing three-dimensional, intersection-free orthogonal grid drawings of n vertex graphs of maximum degree 6. The best previous result generated a drawing bounded by an O( √ n) × O( √ n) × O( √ n) box, with each edge route containing up to 16 bends. Our algorithms initiate the study of… (More)

- Walter Didimo, Peter Eades, Giuseppe Liotta
- WADS
- 2009

Cognitive experiments show that humans can read graph drawings in which all edge crossings are at right angles equally well as they can read planar drawings; they also show that the readability of a drawing is heavily affected by the number of bends along the edges. A graph visualization whose edges can only cross perpendicularly is called a RAC (Right… (More)

- Aaron J. Quigley, Peter Eades
- Graph Drawing
- 2000